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; l'UODIGAT.'S RETL'KN. tog rru b UVU.AHTj W-ttehar. r.IlT. . M. t "aw 1 1 , It doera" fa"n a hungry man to make him Iiniah Positive, bet; comparative, bettor, superlative, ttter not. What Mm people don't know they tire alwnvh talking about. The brut effort of the rhalrmaker am continually being aa iipnn. Th man who haa to struggle for a llvltifC acquire a superior education. The liquor queatlon stagger the intemperate man mora than any other. All thins might eoine to th man who wait If aturtatton didn't get there flrt. Political rconom) la the an of get ting thr m; ote fur the 2M money. A woman ahoold novei try to battr her hair by igniting thr powder on her face. Tha widow h kuaband hn lieen lir l! . but tho husband of III' gms will ow haa merely been mislaid. It'll somrtlmi.i dlltlcult (or n girl to find her ideal man. but she' nearly al ways willing lo accept a substitute. In can' the Oregon and the lows can't go to Manila. Kagastu ought to alv bond not la Intrigue for a Kuro Han allium c With "lx cnrlonda of cigarette br ing shipped to Mnnlln, It lookn iih If the whnii- i'iiiiiipin question would K nti In .moke. The emperor of f'hltM Will probably longratuliiti' the preeldent of Frame upon hiM quirk recovery from hla re rent Barnaul nut on If Pmihc mill long at the wrecks outside of Mantlugo harbor It might ruiggeat ti different wuy to autlsfy her honor iliuti going to war with u naval potter. With Hie Hpstilsh-American rommla xloii In session, thr Dreyfus revision In prosrc ami Knahodit fin tlio car pet arli occupies the renter of the ftugc juat now. Secret court-martials anil trlala have not promt ti success In I'rttnee. The truth about the Dreyfus affair cannot afely ba covered up auulii. Tlila time the lionor of rrancr" require that I he revision of the i eehratd raae 'jo impartial, open and above board. U pay roll arr to be believed, eer vlcr In thr Spanish army haa a moat noticeable triolein y to safeguard and prolong life Aior.Hng to reporto re ceived in thla eiiuntry. flpaln haa loat great mini -oidlers n and around llatnna. lut that wrraly ahowa that we nrr not ponied. Not a nam, we ire told linn disappeared from tba pay rnila. What a terrible alaugbtar thero will hr when ih- roll I flrat culled iiftrr th' : i-1 h to Spitln. Korh'x theory that moqultoes aro Hie agents In the spread f malaria la n it a new d rtrlne, hut hn hr 'ti taught for many w arn n Italian and Bast In dian physicians. In tha Uomnn ram pagna It Iihh long hern known that ona might lltr there with comparative sste ty by sleeping In the upper stories of the houses, where utoequltoee and gnat aeldom cum. Ungllah physl clana In India have dlxovered tb germ of malaria In the body of the inoatiulto. and have aean the dlaeaaa occur In people after they had bean bitten b number of theae gvrm-ln-f rated Inaecta. There are probably cither wet of getting malaria but un doubtedly a moMulio-net u one India luaabh mean of protet-tion In a ma larious dictrlrt where the h-i iiniially nlmiind. Inlteil Htatc Conaul Monagban wrltea to ih Ktate department from ('bemnlli that thU U a gixxl year to export American frulta, eapeclally ap ple, to (lermanv Kurope a fruit crop, aaya the Conaul, la anything but good. He adda ' If American merrhani will not repeat the folly of former yeara by eroding poor fruit that detaya eaa ly they tan command theae marketa for yearr ngalnat all etforta to din lodge them If baldwlna. grrenlnga. ruaaet and 'ithrr hardy winter applea are aant the reaulta win not remain doubtful. Other apple will not pay for (reexportation Had our apple mer rhanta made even a half hearted effort to enter tula market In UN they would now Im beet with ordera. Ho Mrloua U the ltuallon here, berauae of tha dullnca In grain marketa, and m decided l the downward tendency of prolu In the empire wheat pro duction that farmrra are turning lo fruit to eke out an eilateme ' The HritUh untul ut Hat ana. Hn traa glvru hf rgr of Ann rlcan luierrlia In that toii aa hat- I l th lixal Rpanlarda and found It lilttt itt m hnv tha Beceaaurlex of life. In ion- iiien' hla wife died . nil hu'.idreda of Amer icans arte ii'.'' .'jil,y made ki mOr. Tho K' ii'if fK in m tliji had ia aaughlcis i t Mr ; ii. .ir into aii it t tremt !"-' i th.. i ii in ! iin band or ') i d. i ! i ih i n. -r tn4 privet". U - a K-i.,.l, tmaa. alth wort en it the Imttom r it, an 4 tu Iniareatad Wan tun Wi t that It caaao to pae that t.ern wete litnt unto ttira and l.ury Whittle) tKo boya. William and John, who grew to vouth eaute on the old farm In Oakland county, John wax a home boy. Hla htppieat daya were thoae on wtilih lie hoed and weeded. With William It wa differ ent He wa like unto neither hli mother nor hi father. Hr wn Jum William. He read, long Into the night, by the keroaene lamp In the alttlng room, atorlea of adventure and of youtha going forth Into the world in earrh of fortune and of fame. He longed for a wider Held. He dreamed of i oniiueata, of pile of gold, of ex ploraiioha Into unknown count rlc. and of cgprriftnre In life aurh -i nev er entered tiro mind of plodding John. Hr defeated the aorry life of the farm, with the homely environment, the old. old routine, day In. day out. and An ally, after aeraral year of uncom plaining aervltude. he determined to run away. He waa II then for two yeara he had taved every penny, every nickel, every dime that ukd fallen In hi way, nn ere long noted that the dollar were taking rare of themanlve In a little romimuy of their own. There were forty-two of them In the aton jar on Iba ahelf at the bead of hi bed. "I will do It!" he rxrlalmed to hlm 'lf In the (ftin darknea. "I will do ii - HI thought were broken In tlKin hy the cry of a woman down below, nt the foot of the talra. William. William. It time to go for the milk." "Ah, me!" murmiirred the hov to lilmaelf, "another night haa torn. I mux t nidge, trudge on. through auow. through Rtinahlne. and through rain. o that old farmhouae nearly two mile down the turnpike for milk. Hut HiIk Khali he my Inat walk - " "William. William, ain't yew ever oln' fur that milk?" Again the feminine voice from thr fom 0f the atalrway. "Yr. mother. I'm comln' now." the hay dropped all thr fl? Into hi t rimer rr, pocketa, and. after placing the tone Jar Imek an It helf at the head of the bed, alowly ahamhled down the atalr. There' th' poll, William." aald 111 mother, pointltiK toward the table drawn up hy the kitchen window. William took It and aaed out Into the deepening tlnrkneee. As he walk ed, down that road the wholo eighteen yeara of hla munntonotiR oxlalmce, called life, unrolled tliemaelvea before hla mind' eye. Hp remwnhorwl the old awlmmltiK hole, (he ea;or hunt for blrda' nwtte In tho tiny agone, the "atone brnlee" ho cnrrlwl In echuol with lif lit nl lone aprlng, and the hooch whtallci he unod to mnko at rectum. And tho tqulrrel hiitita and the gamoa of youth, nil the dlfforfiflt arenee of hla life wore enarted again for him lit the playhouse of hla mem- 1 il I i a MTAOOisnno to Tint nooit. cry. And at the end ha aald to lilm aelf: "Well, It la over now, for to night I thall go nwny. Never again will William take home the ulgbl'" milk. Title la my Inat walk." He atumbled along the rocky path to the milk houe oh Oreett'a farm, and then be trudged bak over that coun try road. The moon waa Maine. Al ready a aoft. ailvery light flecked th foliage of the wonda on the left, and mat hlmimrtng ahadowa on the ton wallo. Ami William dreamed of the wraith ' of the Indie that would one day be hl. of the fame, the glory, and the ar"at good name that nwnlied him on: ' In the world, beyond the ken of life on i Ik Whlttleay farm. Kilddenly the hoy atnpped -an aiid drnly, Indeed, that the frothing mill. lniird mir the tap of the pall and fill In to plahe. one on the road, the other on hl troiiKia I hhall not fi home I thall leave i.ow ! ' he ( l ied. He walked lo thr edge of the nu.l 041.1 peered Into the wlnte llghtrd KooiU "I tatol hide lh" pall " he i.d. bm where" For a moment he atood In t tu hudow "Milking I remember!" he ixrlalmrd. "The o'd Ideated tree Hunk. I will put the I all there " He Hulked a few rod fin i her up the road and then -hieied off Into the wood. My i'i'l i he tame out Into the moon- iIH again He had carried out the plan that had uggeeied Haelf to hla mind. The milk pall had been p'-"ed in the old tree trunk. 1 Then William turned and want bark down the country rood "Ye," the a tat Ion agent at thr roaolng told him, ' there will be a train ami for the Weat in thirty minute." William Whlttleay hd dreamed of Colorado, and 'twa there he meant t i go n Inr Inter lie tuning n hla way And the tear ram aad wut. Not a word 'r . ;e:ved hy Ve Whttit. (row U llllam. Aa4 ai lir many niantka the) rtmi to rtrerd him aa dead, and no longer hoprrt thai one day hi form might again darken the kitchen door. With William all wt woll. He pushed hla way Wet. Ha Mteooded In hi flrat venture, and Ave yoara had not elapeed before hla name Had entne to be known throughout tha mining count r. orirn he thought of Oiat home hack In Michigan, and frettueat Iv he aald to hlmaelf. "I wlU rlte." Ihm aonirthlng would Interfm with thr .Hrrylng out of hla Intention, and no word wt.uld he aem bark. Tliwa the daya. nnd weeha, anil yeara apod on until a fifth of a century Imd jwaeed. William Whlttleay had neetiniHlMed tioo.ooo In tho twoMiy yeara lie had lived and tolled In Colorado, nntl one day the dealre came to hint stronger than ever to a back to the old Imme and aaae once again Into tho old eyea of father and mother. "o ha returned. Alone and unknown, the man wend ed b'a way along the county rtnd to the old hmee on the hill. He had rroeaed the lane below the wowli when he lecolleoted that pall of" milk that he had bidden In tho hollow log twen ty year before. "I wonder If the poll can ba there yet," he aald to hlmanlf, nnd amlled at the thought. "I'll sm." He remembered the apot aa tllotlnct ly a though ha hail but left tha dny lieforr He went In the blnaled trunk, kicked away the atonea. and mo, nnd twlga, and loohtMl down. Yea, It wna there, but In It nothing. Ho lifted out the old tin pall. It aldeo nil full of holaa eaten by time and ruat, and con tinued on up tho road. "I ahall knock at the kitchen clnnr," he aald to hlmaelf, "and when mother anawoH I ahall any: 'Hern la the milk.'" And William WhlUloay laughed aloud. The haus? appeared unchanged. To be aure. there were lioneymiakloa growing up the back porch that Imd not been there when he went away, but twenty yeara la aiilllrlent time fnr honeyancklea to live and die. William Whlttleay aacatidml tho atepa quietly nnd knocked at tli door. It waa opened by a kind-eyed old lady. William thruat forward the rttaty. bat tered nan and aald: "Mother, here'a the milk." The woman looked at him with wonder In her eyoa. "Won't won't you roiim In?" she aald. William enlorod tho room. It wm the aame old kitchen he had known when but a boy. And them by tho fireplace eat a man, feeble, nnd wrinkled, and gray, "father. I hnve como Imck." cried William Whlttleay. The old man turned In hla clmlf nnd gated at the itntnncr unknow ingly. "Den't you aoe who I nm?" cried tho loiiK-lnat. "I am Wllllnm. I hnvo como lmck. I went nwny twenty yonra iirii " A poctillar llfiht enmo Into tho oyo of tho woman, who, during tho fclrang or'a npiHKil to tho old man nt tho fl re place, IihiI etood attll at tho ond or tho tnhle with one lir.nd on her hip. "I I I-iinilrratnnd now," ahe said. William looked hi thank In hla eyea. He wna about lo rloae hla arma about the old lady when ahe waved him back. "1 ttndertand." ahi went on. "Arter you went away your mother died In "beout a yeur and your pa mar ried me. Then when he died I married (ieorge there, an we've been llvln" on th' ol' place ever aencc. So yew are c ain't your folk arter all. though ll!;rly es not yew may have some legal ot nccHon with ut " Mlllam put hi band to hla brow and reeled. He daggered to the door aohblng. with hla head bowed upon hla breaat, he walked alowly down the old country road. Ami that night he went back to tha Wett.-Dotrvlt free I'reaa. AFTlllt INOnAD TflADE. XhuI .Methnil ltliillllyel lijr it Uhlmgn lirmer to Aitriiet I)hhiii. If you wiab to attract people to your place of bualneaa make an offer of aomethlng for notlilng. Thla la an axiom of commerce which appllea to the good people of Chicago with pecu liar force. The deal re to . :n a priae, no matter If It be Intriiialeally worth tea, amount to a paaalou with Ameri can The pi o wring of aomethlHg without price, and II to jo ao mean the expenditure of a conaiderahle aum of mone), alway brlnga a reward to htm who make th offer. A grocer of the went ld haa dlarovered thla (net. lit- hah gone further nnd la put ting hla knowledge to practical uar. He ia anstou that each patron ahall Mud a big round dollar with him. Hence he baa put up the following leg end In hla atore window: "One tei-k of potatoea or a baaket of peochee with .very dollar purcbaae." Thla off-r w placed in th window a couple f daa ago Te reault waa a audde.i lutereM to the crafty grocer ware. tC vary body wanted the paache or po tatoea and Many a dollar waa apent when the purchaaer really did not neei that amount of eomealaeary atorea But th spending carried the perk or bake and the purrhaaea were willing ly made. Ilofror of the War. The latent atrocity In the ashg line la "Th Hough Itldore' garoitade." It beglna, "I am lying In my taut, sweet Marie," and la on tha aawe emotional order aa "After the Itall" and (Jrand ma a Teeth Are I'lugaod with Ihc " -Mlnneapolla Journal. A KewOtdMry Matter. My barest Papa: I'leea do not think I am writing horn again for more money, as aurh I not the caa. Howver. to long aa 1 am writing. I ma aa well aak )ou to aend m tluo. l'Uaao soiMI It by return moil. Your In beau, feal IN TJIE 0J)1) COItNEH. QUBBH AND OUftlOUB THINGS AND UVBNTtJ. Tltn InvKtMr Wrld tVnnderfnt Things That May tie llrHiixlit to I. la lit by .Meant Hf .Magnifying (lla. tin i'i.he. aiaep -Taleohantc ItHtmrtluin, llnln nn thn ltnaf. Co tea Klnnv. an American Journallat and author, wro ) the poem many yeara . We publlab It aubeiantlally aa H flrat appeared. Mr. Ktnney re-wote It many yrar after It berame popular, but the r corn yrealon la not aa good aa th flrat draft. Coal Kinney waa been In New Tork Htata in inH, and waa at on time a leading Cincinnati editor. He la. We ley(., attll Nvlng. When the hUMikt shadow hover Over all lh atarry aimer. And thr melancholy dtrkn (lenity weapa In rainy tear. What a tor lo or the pillow Of a cottage chamber bed. And to llaten to lh palter of th aoft rain overhead! Hvery link I an the ihlnglea 1 1 a an echo in the heart. And a thouaand dreamy faneb-H Into busy irtHna atari; And a thousand rarollcctlon Weave their air-thread into woof, Aa I hwlen tn (he patter Of the rain uiwn the roof. Now In memory come my mother Ae ah ued in year agon. To atirvey Iter darting dreamer Kre b left them till the dawn: Oh! I see her leaning o'er ine, Aa I llat to thla refrain tVhleh la played upon thr shingle lly the pattar of the rain. Then my little seraph eleiar. With her wing and waving hnlr. And her brig hi -eyed eherub brother A aerene angelic pair! ntlde around my wakeful pillow. Willi tbelr prater ef mlkl reproof. Aa I Helen to the murmur Of ibe aoft rain on lh roof. Ami another rem to thrill me, With her eye delicious blue; And forget I, gaalng on hr. That hr heart waa all untrue, I remember that I loved her A a I ne'er may love again. And my hean'a quick polars vibral To th itatter et the rain. There la nought in art'a bravura That ran work with such a prlt In lh spirit's purs deep fountains, Whence tb holy psaatona await; Aa that melody of Nature, That subdued, subduing strain. Which Is played upon the ahtnglea lly the tattler of the rain. The liirlalhln World. There la proaont erorywltere about tu n numerous population of micro icople orratnlamti craaturco that the eyo rnnnot wllhotit tho nld of a powerful maKtilfyliiK Klaaa. With nl tntirt ovory brottth of air. ovary drink of wnlor anil svory motithfiil of food, wo tnko Into the syatem vttMt n um hem of mltiuto plnuta. Homo nro ao amnll Hint thotiMiuil mlRlit he picked up on the point of n noodle. Fifty ttiotiactntl of litem can ll&o ntul llmirlitli on one square Inrlt of surface. Thoy s-vnrin ovvor the luilile ami oiitalilo of our bodtea. Not long ago an eminent doctor found seventeen different klnda of plants growing on tho tangita of a healthy person. One variety of theae plant la called fermenla. Yeaat la one of tho ferment. When yeaat la added to warm, moist ened flour, the little yeaat plants be gin to turn the free sugar Into alcohol and carbonic acid gaa. Thla gaa In trying to escape forma bubbles In the Micky dough, puffs It up and make It "llabV At the right moment the broad la put Into the hot oven. The gonna are killed, the alcohol and cTrlionlo acid gaa are driven f and wo have u nice loaf ot freah. Unlit bread. In making beer ami other fermented lhUorn tho grain la put Into a warm, damp place until It beglna to sprout. Thla la nereeeary in order to change the starch of the fifnln Into augur, aa the ferments do not act directly an the starch. After the grain haa sprouted the ferment la added nnd tho sugar turns Into alcohol nnd carbonic acid Baa. It la this gaa trying to eaoape that roiiiOK the foam to rite to the lop of the heor. In cnnnliiK fruit apodal rare must be taken to keep out the fermenla. The fruit and cana are boiled, and while both are etoumlug hot tha fruit la put In and the cana are sealed air tight. In rase all tb - genua are not killed, or If tho ean la not air tlrlit fermetitatlou take place, a largo amount of car- Ionic aeld gaa accumulate and finally the preaauro beeomoa ao groat that the ran buret. Yeaat plnnta, aa aoen under the ml- rroacoite, reeemble minute bubble. Theae planta do not multiply by pre during seeda, but by a pronaa called budding. When the plant la (nil grown It sends out a amall bud on one aid. Thla bud growa and In time endt out another bud, and ao on. Fermenta aro of various kind and cause dlfleroHl klnda of fermentation with different products. Among tha klnda of fermentation the following may ba aperlally mentioned: 1. Alcoholic fermentation. Thla hi caused by a ferment which la contained In yaat. The product 3t It action la alcohol and carbonic aid gaa. S. luetic fermentation. Thla to due to a vegetable ferment which u con talnad In tour milk. It tranaforms su gar Into lactic acid. t. Arctic fermentation. This U due to a vegetable fermentation, which acts upon alcohol and rhanaaa It to acetic acid (vinegar). 4. UnrrhariMo fermentation. TjI change atarrh into sugar t. Pulrt faction fermentation Th'm , atterd th decomposition of unlmil ' aiid vegetable kubatnl.cca ! When milk sour, when fru'tr decay, menla that arc slowly but surely tear Ing apart the regain le suhstancea. l'lanla nnd animals lock up in their systems olotnenta they have taken oat of the earth, water and air. If theae eletnentH should never be liberated tho world would become poor In the ele ments ueceaaary to amtaln life, and ahortly life on earth would hr Impoa alhTe. Aa aoon a a plant or animal dla thoae fermenla. which awarm In tha air and water, fall upon the dead orgntitam nnd begin lo tear It apart, giving back to the air and earth an-1 water the eletnenta locked up In the or ganlam. All ferinentatlonn and putrefaetlona are en Used by theae germ, and were !t not fat themi nearly all the planta and nMliimlB tha erer eglatet) would alltl retain their organic structure and tho earth would bo piled high with the dead there would he r.o room for the llTlllK. Tlio .N'lagarR roar like r. wild beaut, but l leal pa tea Ita strength In a whirl f water and rurllttg vter; while the ellent dew, aeareety attracting alien Hon. molta and illaeolvea metal and dlaliiiegrniea matter, changing and modifying the fare of the earth more than a thotumnd bellowlutt Niagara. Prank It. nerty. Catarrh In the Head fl an Inflammation of the mucous otembrane lining the iMa( paasage. HI" caused by a eohl or sorresslon of coldi, combined Willi Impure Idond. Cnlarrh Is cured by Hood's naratartlla, which eradicates from tho blood nil scrofulous taints, rebuild th dell rate tissues ami l-ullds ap thr yf'em Hood's Sarsaparilla li AmsrKtft'i (lrtMt Mntletne. 1 1 six fsr ft, HoocVo Pills care all Unt Illi. M cent. wn rabbage turn to Her kraut and elder rhanrea to vinegar when bread rieea and fruit jars buret. It I the fer- tin rlthe. Nleep? "Do flihea aleep anil how?" Thl ouoatlon waa addreaaed to Uti gene 0. lllnrkfnnl, formerly fish com mtaalnnor nf .N'ew Tork atate. Hid aciitmlutanr with fish began when he wan vor' yoithK. and at the prearnt time lie It n rerognlced authority ail over tlio world. "Certainly they Bleep," was Mr. Illaakforil'a reanonte. "They alecp sua ponded In the water, with their y wide open. I hare aet-u them do It often. I have many flab In tnnh with glnea fronts and can w.Hch. them, aometlmee I aee a flali Bitspemled tn the water keeping perfectly eat ill for hnlf an hour at a lime, and then I conclude that ho la aaleep. He dors not v-n move a fin at auch limes, and the mo Hon of the gill Is barely percept I j. "I'lslie don't close their eye, be ruuae theye In no rrrc-sliv for Ihidr doing II. They have no eyrllda, be- an their ryes arc not exceed to dust aa our are. Thoy don't do their eye In aleep berauae the light It 'o modified by the water that It I not hard for them lo find a twilight spot. "Hut they ran rloae their ryes If they want to tlo It. and they do on very par tirtiinr occnslona. I will show yon, John bring me a trout." Tho IIIBII Went to n tank anil Mine, r: turned hearing In hla hand a fine trout atioiit eight inches in length, Thla Sir. nincitroni Meld, while in tnoit m lynd. pencil nnd touched ono or n with the point. Tho trout wlagle.! Iiout vlKorotikly, nnil at tho smite time row nn tuildc yellow curtain over tho eye. "You are. ho can cloeo hla eye If ip rhnosofl." aald the former flah mm. mlaalouer. "The hahlta of tlsh are lit tle known In many reanert. u' irn mil hogun to atudy their mlgratlnna in u. way tiiai promlaea to lead to any thing. Wo have raptured some thou sands of cod and mackerel and put metal tnga on their lln. gome of heee will lie caught in nets fnr nnrth and sou tli, and aa they have the ad drees of the I'nltcd Kt,,.. -h.ei conimlaalon upon thrm. that will give ua an idea where the untold millions of flah that rare along our shores at certain periods spend other parts of their year." Imlfiirlliig limit Mule. ,r Talaphtnm The medical oWrer of one of the leading (loaf and dumb Institutions In (Jrtnt Ilrltnln Hats that he haa nb tallied material aid from the emluR ly Improbable source ot a loml-spenh ing telephone in th treatment of hla patlonU. In the education of auch deaf j-.iiiloa na possess a fraRtnent ot henrltiR power, the telephone being found to posseaa many Imiiortant nil vnntni,os over the siveaklng tttlie usual ly employed. In tho first place. In arranging for this purpose, the wires from noveral receivers ran be coupled up to one transmitter, and thus n teacher can Instruct a group of chil dren nt the same time: then again. It la not neceaoary fer a teacher to ap ply hla mouth clost to lb Iranamlt ler, so that puplle have a full view of the fneb.il expressions and Up move ment, which la not possible when hav ing to direct his vole Into the mouth piece of a speaking tube or trumpet. While eeelng the movements of the line, the pa 'lent haa the sr-ind con veyed ckMe to hla ear-drum u moat adrHiitngeoua combination A fragile Host of Mrlak One of the moat curious boats ever planned la being constructed at th Bath tMe.) Iron worke. It I a met:il canoe, to be mad In sect tun so thj. It may be taken apart and carried overland anally. The boat will be fourteen feet long, and will be con structed of aluminium. When com pleted the boat will weigh only two hundred pound, and It la claimed that It will float oh the water aa lightly and safely aa the moat approved wooden canoe. It la le be supplied with air chambers that will prevent Kb sinking If the ranee la overturned. Bvery plate which will be used la the con struction of Ike novel bant haa lo be nammered Into shape by hand. The canoe will belong lo Mr. A. A. Hoot of RuJffllo, K. V. rat t t t'eiii im tnt. In order to rapture flah a South American tribe aliips t ie water with the wood of a tree wl u rt contains a atuMaace hating a cau-otw InHHeaoc on the lea which ut- then rtudlly caveat. .tppiilnleil tniertnr. Mian Iloatrlce Cutler, who waa until lately atih-dlroctor of the CHrle medical aeliool at Cairo, hn juit boon appoint (Hi hy the Hgyptlnn qunrnnltn board to (lie poet or Inspector of female pil grim at HI Tor. It la here that tho pilgrims, returning from Mecca, bnvo to undergo a term of twelve days' quar antine, followed by a very strict In spection, and It Ii only when the ro milt Is shown to bo unite uutafaetnry thnt permission Is grnnted to the pll Rrlrni to proceed to their various ootin trios. Mlett Cutler la the II ret Ungllsh lady to hold this post, nnd her knowl edge of Arable will be of great 'aervloe to her In hor work. I'ml Mnrleui Wedding. A Shanal inlsslonnry who went to conduct a funeral tho other day nar rowly oeeaped holng prosenl at a mar riage. The dead man wna a bachelor of 10, and, fearing that hla spirit would wnndor compnnlonleto In the world ot nhnder. relatives had scoured the coun tryside for a dead tnnldeii to marry to him and bury with hint. A dealrnhlo liiide had beon found nome seven mllM nwny, nntl wna oncofllnod and prepared for tlio double ceremony ot marrlngo nn.1 burial. Aa aoon a the Chtiatlnn service wna concluded; and the inli vionary nnd hla frlonds Imd left, tho other ceremonies began. Marriages of the dead hy Interested friends are ooiu mon In Bltanal. I. Ik t.elilillinile Porto Itlmns nro treat eonaumera of lemonade, nnd tn tho Island thla beverage Uikoa tho plnce of the beer of Hermany, whisky ot tho United Slate and ale and utout ot old J!up land. Hvoryliody drinks limminde js n I most svory men!, and limes nreutril In tho decoction with tho moat refresh Ing and plsnsant roattlU. I'lmre Is lit tle or no Ico In tho Island, nnd lemon ade Is a ncroftalty, for the citric acid tit the llmo dues not rcqulro too o tiittko ti iinltt titlilo heveruKc, and In n pinch It can be used without wntsr la quench 111 I rat, and with gratifying roaultH, too. I'alltt for Ilia I'Ull. While a mnrrlngo font was helm; hold nt Hnngkok, BInm, In tt tlonllni; homo on tho west eldo ot the river, the Hunting slructiiro cave way, scat tering tho revellers In dismay and sending the choice viands provldttl fur the occasion to tho bottom at tha Meimm. A dog's bark may equal hl bite, but tt does not cause hydrophobia. Foul-Smelling Catarrh. Catarrh Is ono of tho most olitinnto (liBonaes, nnd henco tho most dftiloult to uet rid of, Thuro Is but ono vrny to ouro It, Tito iUhpiuio Is In tho blood, nnd nil tho sprays, wnslies nntl Inhnllng nilxturos In tlio world can hnvo no iiermtinont effect wlintever upon It. 8wlfv's 8po clllo euros Cnturrh jiertnancntly, forit In tho only ruined y which can reach tho dlneiuwi nnd force It from tho blood. Mr. U. 1. McAlhiter.of HnrroiUbiirff, Ky., Imd Uatnrrh for yonra. Ho writes: "I could see no Improvement wlialerrr. though 1 was couitanlly treated with snraya anti wain, anil tu Dor cntlnliaUiia ri meillf In fact. I oi. ii Id feel t&at each winter I waa worts than tlio year pravlou. Klnafly It was troughtte my oo tlo v that L'atarrli waa Mood dllfa.e, and after think ing liter tiiu matter, I law it waiuprraaonalila lociieci U. Im curat! by law it waiunrraaonatila iociieci u. iiaeuraa by remedies wlimh only reached the surface. 1 then deeuled lo try er a few lottlfe were tiled, I no- the remedy, tho dlteata was furted out of ray tyatew, and a complets cure was the retulf. 1 aiivlee all who hava tbls dreadful dl to abandon ibelrlural treatment, whuib baa never tlofle them any Rood, and take H a. 8., a rest dy that can rfaeu tha dlaeaia and cure It.1 To continue tlio wrong treatment for Patarrli Is to continue to stifTrr Hwif t' BihhjIJIo is a renl blootl rcmely. nntl B u res obstinate, dotsentel tiln-aies, tvliloh other retneUies hnvo in effect whatever upon. It promptly reaches Ontarrh, and never tn 111 to cura oven the most aggravated eases, S.S.S.rfnoBlood la 1'urely YeRetable, nnd U the only Stood remedy ffunrnnteed to ootitaln no angerous iiilneruls. Books tuniled freo by Swift Speolflo Ootnpany, Atlanta. Georela. 'ouut IIUI ti. fill HP YnURSFlFf I." b U lut uusaitiril h,..u N.uUa. "J-Jiii, aaaToTMlStS: lUwllliilOHiyKitDe. fui ur (olivauat. pr Mat la 4ia wrarrar iim, ..fH-.mT- ti iKiar ua leju'll M. S4 f ' buuk uf iOu..4iiala 4 1 0 daya' trealmeat I i . W- U.U.am-hkt. aiutw. Uk. WAKlt.b im er aaa haaiili ikai I. I r A a wm set !. Ma eaaie lu lilsaai t broii.al vw., a i ' Vuea.lur lv aawe awt laaat taUui-lalt. W U, U. DALLM.- NO. 47-I8BB When AssKtriag AotittlMSwtus HlaAly Ntaikni Uis fostr.